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Studies in Digital Heritage publishes peer-reviewed articles, monographs, and special issues treating the gamut of topics in the field of Digital Heritage.

ISSN 2574-1748

Special Issue on Digital Heritage Technologies: Applications and Impacts


Authors are encouraged to consider topics that include, but are not limited to, the following: Digital techniques in archaeological field and lab research; Digital epistemologies and the interpretation of archaeological material; Dissemination and public engagement; and the ethics and politics of digital archaeological heritage.

Guest Editor: Dr. Laura K. Harrison, University of South Florida, Tampa (FL), USA

Submission deadline: August 12, 2018


Special Issue on Perceiving Cultural Heritage Through Digital Technologies


Guest Editors:

  • Perla Gianni Falvo, Researcher on Art Perception and Exhibition Design, Studi Uniti, Florence, Italy
  • Massimo Bergamasco, Director of the Laboratory of Perceptual Robotics (PERCRO), Scuola Superiore S. Anna, Pisa, Italy
  • Giovanni Valeri Manera, Art Economist, Milan, Italy 

Submission deadline: February 28th, 2018 

Vol 1 No 2 (2017)


Published: 2017-12-14

CHNT 16 Proceedings Preface

Wolfgang Börner, Susanne Uhlirz

Data Curation: How and Why. A Showcase with Re-use Scenarios.

Philipp Gerth, Anne Sieverling, Martina Trognitz


Archiving the Past While Keeping up with the Times

Valentijng Gilissen, Hella Hollander


The reconstruction of drawn architecture

Fabrizio Ivan Apollonio, Federico Fallavollita, Elisabetta Caterina Giovannini, Riccardo Foschi, Salvatore Corso


Digital Method for Verifying Archaeological Hypotheses. Medieval Gord Under Pułtusk Castle

Slawomir Kowal, Krzysztof Koszewski, Jan Słyk, Stefan Wrona


Maxentius 3D Project

Lucia Marsicano, Saverio Giulio Malatesta, Francesco Lella, Emanuela D'Ignazio, Eleonora Massacci, Simone Onofri


High precision laser scanning assisting in the service of historical and art historical research. The burial monument of Queen Gertrude (13th century)

Beatrix Szabó, József Laszlovszky, András Fehér, Gábor Bödő, Gyula Dabrónaki, Konsztantinosz Hadzijanisz, Réka Lovas, László Pipis, Dóra Surina, Barnabás Vári


Underwater Videogrammetry with Adaptive Feature Detection at "See am Mondsee", Austria

Marco Block, Cyril Dworsky, Carmen Löw, Helena Seidl da Fonseca, Benjamin Gehmlich, Dennis Wittchen, Niklaas Görsch, Paulina Suchowska, Benjamin Ducke


Automatic Underwater Image Enhancement using Improved Dark Channel Prior

Marco Block, Benjamin Gehmlich, Damian Hettmanczyk


The Ruspoli Chapel at the Porte Sante Cemetery in Florence. Material and diagnostic survey for conservation

Anna Livia Ciuffreda, Elena Juarez Alonso, Petronilla Patti, Sara Soldaini


Information Integration in a Mining Landscape

Gerald Hiebel, Klaus Hanke, Gert Goldenberg, Markus Staudt, Caroline Grutsch


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